Seniors stay updated

Posted on March 10, 2020 by in News


Hellen Amaya

Chronicle Reporter

The seniors are having their second senior meeting of the year and it is getting more and more intense as prom and graduation approaches. Ms.Payne will be talking about any upcoming events that will happen. There have been many rumors that the date for graduation has been postponed to June 2nd and this Wednesday it will be confirmed.

  Yesterday at the student store Ms. Payne had the seating chart for prom, and students were able to reserve their tables for prom.

“We’re gonna talk about prom,graduation,and many more,” said Frida Larios, the secretary of the school.

Come and watch the Spring Dance Show

Posted on February 25, 2020 by in News


Hellen Amaya

Chronicle Reporter

This Friday, Saturday, and Sunday Ms. Lisa Goldshein will be directing the dance show called the Efflorescence. On Friday and Saturday the show will start at 7 pm but on Sunday it will start at 2pm.

Come and support them while they dance their way into the spring show. For adults the tickets will be $7 and for students with ID it will be $2. Students who don’t have their ID will have to pay $5.

Visit the marriage booth today

Posted on February 12, 2020 by in Announcements


Hellen Amaya

Chronicle Reporter

Do you ever just want to marry your best friend or partner but too scared to actually go through with it? Well now you can. During lunch on February 14 there will be a marriage booth where you are able to take pictures with a loved one and they will even give you a marriage certificate. 

It will be $5 but completely worth it because you’re getting married on the most romantic day of the year with your loved one.

  So come and experience a magical day of love with friends and significant others. For all we know this may be your most memorable day of the year.

Students wear gold and purple in honor of Kobe Bryant

Posted on January 28, 2020 by in News


Hellen Amaya

Crimson Chronicle Reporter

Many students were very emotional to hear the tragic news of the death of Kobe Bryant and Gianna Bryant this Sunday. The helicopter crash led nine people to be dead and there was no survivors whatsoever.

To show some respect students wore gold and purple in honor of Kobe Bryant on Monday.

Kobe Bryant will always be remembered as one of the greatest players of all time, and here are some of his greatest achievements:

  • Spent 20 seasons in the NBA, all with the Lakers
  • Fourth-leading scorer in NBA history (33,643 points)
  • Five-time NBA champion, twice named Finals MVP
  • 18-time All-Star
  • 11-time All-NBA First Team
  • Nine-time NBA All-Defensive First Team
  • Two-time Olympic gold medalist
  • Youngest player in NBA history at the time of his debut in 1996

Come and get your Holiday Grams!

Posted on December 6, 2019 by in News


Hellen Amaya

Chronicle Reporter

The Sheiks are bringing their holiday spirit and want you to be a part of it. Through the weeks of Dec. 6 to Dec. 16 Holiday Grams will be sold for $5 in the quad during lunch. The Holiday Grams include a Christmas mug, a stuffed bear, hot cocoa, and a candy cane. The Holiday Grams are expected to be passed out during 4th period around Dec. 20.

 Not only is buying a Holiday Gram a great way to get into the Christmas spirit but it is a great way to spread the love. Many of your classmates will feel very touched by receiving a Holiday Gram in your name. Even your favorite teachers will be very moved with your special holiday gift. So come and buy your holiday grams for that special someone and make them feel the Christmas spirit. 

She Kills Monsters is coming to a Theatre near you

Posted on November 12, 2019 by in News


Hellen Amaya

Chronicle Reporter

The 2019 fall play is coming to Hollywood High School this week and the cast are extremely excited to perform in front of there fellow classmates. The performances on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday will start at 7PM and on Sunday it will begin at 2PM. The cast members are selling pre-sale tickets for 3 dollars starting Nov. 12 and will end on Nov. 13. The play will go over women empowerment and there will be an enormous amount of stage fighting.

“I’ve been getting along with everyone and I like that I get to learn more about theatre. Although I am sad because I wish I did more plays in the school I like that the play will cover women empowerment,” said 12th grader PAM student, Davion Corley

“I feel very fortunate with this cast because this cast worked very hard and they have learned a tremendous amount of fight choreography in addition to handling some pretty serious demands for memorization. The cast works very well together and they are an extreme positive group to work with,” said Mr. Tourtellotte, the theatre teacher.

Come watch Hollywood destroy Bernstein

Posted on October 24, 2019 by in Sports

Come watch Hollywood destroy Bernstein

Hellen Amaya

Chronicle Reporter

 Tomorrow rivals Hollywood and Bernstein meet again for the Battle of Sunset Boulevard. Students from Hollywood High say they feel that they can pull off another victory. The Sheiks football team has won the paddle for six years straight.

  Since the tension seems very high this year the school has provided more security for the games. The administrators said that it is for the best for the students if there were more faculty and security at the game so that the students can have a fun night supporting their team while feeling safe. 

 “We have to believe in our school because we are all family and we support each other,”  said PAM student Tad Kulkayan.

It all comes down to who really owns Sunset Boulevard.

Which 2000’s celebrity are you?

Posted on October 7, 2019 by in Entertainment

Which 2000's celebrity are you?

Hellen Amaya

Chronicle Reporter

Are you “Crazy In Love”? Or are you “Drop It Like It’s Hot”?

With Homecoming around the corner, here’s a survey to give you the one 2000’s artist your playlist is missing.

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